I'm too expensive ^_^; And I only ever do mod work when I feel like doing mod work, and there's a fairly large upfront cost for the stuff you need to do teh mod too. Most people ask how much a modded saturn would cost and you tell them it'd be $30 for the saturn and $20 for a chip, then shipping, and installation fees then they tell you that's a rip off.
Now if someone were to send me the mod chip and the saturn or even just the saturn (and it was a 32 pin) I'd be happy to do it for like $10 and the cost of shipping.
Edit: (plus another $20 for the mod chip if they didn't send one). lol
as has kinda been covered previously. to make profit doing something you have to have a large enough user base wanting the gooods or services you're providing to outweigh the expenses generated by providing those services. if you own a restraunt and you've got 5 customers you're gonna go under hella quick. smae thing with the saturn. i'd betta that a good 30% or so of people in this country who currently own a saturn are or at one point in time were active on this board. that ain't alot of people. also the saturn modchip's a breeze to put in. i'm fairly certain that anyone who'd be interested in obtaining a modded saturn would have to say to themselves "ya know, i can do that myself in a bout 5 minutes. i got my solder braid right here". lastly. dude, saturn modchips are gettting kinda hard to find. i dunno if gamegizmo's still around but they were offering what had to be 2nd hand modchips. so if 1 of every 3 chip's you buy's d.o.a. (my exact ratio) the cost effectiveness really starts to drop.